Decks with Pergolas

Pergolas, arbors, and trellises are airy archways on decks and in gardens that frame sitting areas or walkways. Each affordable structure enhances your outdoor living experience.

During the past two decades, outdoor living has become a permanent part of the American lifestyle and many long for an oasis of their own.

In fact, more than 51% of consumers cite beautiful pergolas as their top requested outdoor room element. No wonder. Traditional and formal pergolas may increase a home’s value by 20 percent.

Financial benefits aside, imagine the sophisticated Amish craftsmanship of vertical pillars supporting sturdy cross rafters. Look up to see the open lattice top. Notice and smell how climbing plants like damask roses, sweet honeysuckles, and sensational clematis, have a space to flourish.

Build this structure and:

  • Add lights and fans along a promenade for a breezy, well-lit stroll. 
  • Define the perfect space for your hot tub beneath a gabled structure.
  • Hang planters or all-weather fabric on traditional rafters for a romantic appeal.
  • Place a wrought iron bistro set beneath an arched pergola for a dining area.
  • Train woody plants like wisteria and ivy to climb along a pitched pergola.

Pergolas blur the lines between inside and out to encourage people to flow through the property. These oft free-standing design elements provide shade, are low maintenance, and remain durable season after season.

   Superior Pergola Materials

Your custom weather-resistant pergola design can be created with the following materials and colors.

Colored Vinyl in:

  • Black
  • Clay
  • Tan
  • White

Pressure treated wood in:

  • Any paint color
  • Any stain color
  • Natural color

Cedar in:

  • Natural color

Low-maintenance, custom, free-foam PVC boards with aluminum channels in: 

  • Any paint color
  • Natural White

   Pergola Cost

 Professionally built pergolas save homeowners time and are priced per square foot.

Vinyl Pergola Prices

The following prices are estimates and subject to change.

Imagine a 12'x12' pergola that is 144 square feet. That’s the size of a small room.

  • White and tan vinyl 12’x12’ pergolas cost between $20 and $25 a square foot. The final range is between $2,800 and $3,600.
  • Clay vinyl pergolas are about 25% more expensive than white and tan 12’x12’s. It may cost between $25 and $31.25 a square foot. The total estimate is between $3,500 and $4,500.
  • Add roughly 25% more for grey vinyl over white. A 12’x12’ grey pergola would cost between $25 and $31.25 a square foot. The final range is between $3,500 and $4,500.
  • Add 30% for black vinyl over white. A 12’x12’ black vinyl pergola would cost between $26 and $32.50. The total would be between $3,640 and $4,680.
  • Paintable, free foam PVC pergolas cost about double the price of white or tan vinyl. A 144 square feet pergola would be $40 to $50. The total would be between $5,600 and $7,200. Paint is additional.

Wooden Pergola Cost

The following prices are estimates and subject to change.

  • A 12’x12’ pressure-treated wood pergola may be $15 to $20 per square foot or between $2,000 and $2,800.

Cedar Pergola Cost

Cedar pergola prices vary based on lumber grade and are subject to change.

  • A 12’x12’ cedar pergola with #1-grade wood and few knots will cost a few dollars more per square foot than a white vinyl one.
  • A mid-grain 12'x12' cedar pergola with some knots may cost around $18 to $20 per square foot. The total estimate would be $2,592 to $2,800.

All pergolas are securely built and not easy to take down or change. Pergolas may require permit approvals. The Amish deck builders at Decks R Us remove zoning headaches as part of the Hassle Free Guarantee.

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